Monday, April 27, 2015

2015 CPD GOLD STAR MEMORIAL BOWL EVENT 02 MAY 2015

In addition to our Gold Star Memorial game dedications and presentations, we will also be honoring Emily Beazley of Mount Greenwood, whose father is a 19-year member of the Chicago Police Department. Emily is 12 years old and has been battling Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma for the last four years. Sadly, there are no more treatment options for her.
The Enforcers are proud to be Emily Strong and we will be handing out green awareness ribbons to our fans.



The CPD Enforcers are celebrating our 10th season this year. As part of the celebration we have new commemorative jersey's. Inside the player numbers are the star numbers of the 14 CPD Officers and 2 CCSD Officers killed in the line of duty during our 10 years. The family's of all 16 Officers have been invited to the game and we will be honoring at half time of this weekends Gold Star Game as well as a donation to the Police Memorial from our organization. The game vs Columbus PD is next Saturday May 2nd, at St Rita HS 7740 S. Western Ave with kickoff at 6 pm. Could you distribute the attached flyers to your members.

Thanks.

Sgt Timothy Kusinski
Financial Crimes Unit
Chicago Police Department
3151 W. Harrison St.
Chicago, IL. 60612
312-746-9661
312-745-2235 fax

Sunday, April 26, 2015

LIGHT UP FOR EMILY ~ EMILY'S ENTOURAGE

http://www.emilysentourage.com
Song dedicated to our Sweet Pea Emily    https://youtu.be/kvLTsJdX0V4
  • TUESDAY 28 APR
    1200hrs
    Lobby of HQ, 35/Michigan

    Honorary Chicago Police Officer ceremony for Emily Beazley (age 12) and Olivia Beazley (age 8)

    Dress blues are encouraged but not necessary. If people come in civilian dress we ask they were either purple or green- Emily's colors. The family will arrive at 1150hrs and I ask people arrive with enough time to secure parking and get into the building, lining the star case walls.

    Emily has terminal cancer, she has been bravely fighting this for four years. She received a stem cell transplant from her sister Olivia in August. Sadly she relapsed at Christmas and has exhausted all treatment options, becoming chemo resistant and has entered hospice care this week.

    Further info for Emily: www.emilysentourage.com
Special Events is supposed to be sending out some info and there might be last minute changes.

Friday, April 24, 2015

ROUND LAKE BEACH OFFICER KARIANN HILL FUNDRAISER. PLEASE HELP SISTER IN BLUE!

Round Lake Beach police officer Kariann Hill was diagnosed with cancer in March. A fundraiser event is set for Sunday at the Round Lake Beach Buffalo Wild Wings.


Round Lake Beach police are rallying to help one of their own.
A fundraiser is planned for Sunday, April 26, at the Buffalo Wild Wings, 500 E. Rollins Road in the village, to to help offset medical costs for officer Kariann Hill, who is battling breast cancer.
The fundraiser will donate 15 percent of food orders purchased, excluding alcohol, to assist Hill. The coupon, which needs to be brought to the restaurant, can be downloaded at the police department's Facebook page or picked up at the police station.
The 26-year-old Hill, who has been with the department for three years and was named the department's 2014 Officer of the Year, said she felt a couple of lumps in her breast during a regular self check.
After an abnormal ultrasound, mammogram and biopsy, she learned March 13 she has stage-one breast cancer. The diagnosis would reveal it's an aggressive, fast-growing cancer, she added. She had no family history of the disease.In addition to food proceeds helping Hill, those who come to the restaurant between noon and 8 p.m. that day can take part in head shavings, raffles, contests and prizes.
For information or assistance to obtain the Buffalo Wild Wings coupon, contact Lunn at (847) 546-2127 or glunn@rlbeach.org.I



Thursday, April 23, 2015

RETIRED 016 DISTRICT LT JOE SCHOBER FUNDRAISER FOR MEDICAL EXPENSES

http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/not-your-average-joe/342563#
We're passing the hat for the family of Joe Schober to help them with medical costs and to show a little love and support. 

Joe "the Silver Fox" is a retired Chicago Police Lieutenant who has been diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. 
Joe worked for years in the 16th District helping to keep the Home-front safe, and now his family could use a little help in return. 
Those of you who know Joe personally already know that he is a quiet, private guy who doesn't like all kinds of attention, so please keep this in mind. 



Joe's son has also organized a Purple Stride running team which is raising funds for pancreatic cancer research, their direct link is below: 
(copy and paste into your browser if it doesn't automatically work)  



http://purplestride.kintera.org/faf/search/searchTeamPart.asp?ievent=1126242&lis=1&kntae1126242=4A5FF47B22EB47C59161BC582F22FC0D&team=6312574


Many thanks,
George Hemesath

Saturday, April 18, 2015

MICHAEL GORDON MEMORIAL FOUNDATION 11th ANNUAL "ROOF RAISER" EVENT


From: "Michael Gordon Memorial Foundation"   

Hello, everyone. I hope you're having a great week.  

It's that time of year again! The Michael P. Gordon Memorial Foundation would like to invite you to its 11th annual "Roof Raiser"event scheduled for Saturday, May 30, 2015. The cost of admission will be $120/person (regularly $175/person) which includes all food/beverages and an awesome (hopefully, unblocked) view of the game. Major credit cards are accepted. 

To secure your reservation today, please visit www.michaelpgordon.org and click on the Buy Now button or call the number listed below. Event flyer attached to this e-mail. White Sox fans welcome!! Proceeds to benefit the Michael P. Gordon Endowed Scholarship at Lewis University.

We'll be back at 1010 Waveland this year. To view this rooftop visit www.beyondtheivy.com.

Have a nice weekend, and I hope to see you on May 30th as the Cubs take on the Royals.

Respectfully,


John E. Gordon
Michael P. Gordon Memorial Foundation

Friday, April 17, 2015

FIREMEN VS POLICEMEN BOXING EXHIBITION, FRIDAY APRIL 24, 2015


THANK YOU TO TWO OF THE FINEST OKLAHOMA CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICERS BOYETT AND DUTTON.


Two of the finest Oklahoma City Police Department officers were called to a park, Upon arrival they found a woman and her 4 children sleeping in a car. This family was homeless. Officers Boyett and Dutton took it upon themselves to find shelter for the family, put gas in the woman's car, and even bought some toys for the kiddos. Great job, guys!

Great heartwarming stories like this don't get published or shown on the news as they should. If the public acutally heard what our brothers and sisters really do and how generous we are perhaps police officers would be seen as officers friendly~ Thank you Brothers! You are appreciated!

Sunday, April 12, 2015

CHICAGO POLICE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION 2015 RUN TO REMEMBER

May 2nd is nearing!!! Registration for the ‪#‎CPMF‬ 11th Annual Run to Remember is now open.
The event also features a junior jog, family friendly After-Party, appearances by the ‪#‎CPD‬ Mounted Unit, K-9 Unit, and helicopter unit as well as a children’s activities area and performances by the Pipes and Drums of the Emerald Society.




http://cpm.convio.net/site/TR/Events/General?fr_id=1050&pg=entry

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

100 CLUB OF CHICAGO 35TH ANNUAL VALOR AWARDS APRIL 29, 2015


Our 35th Valor Awards are this month! We will recognize all previous honorees as well as new 2015 recipients. This members only event honors first responders who by their actions performed above and beyond the call of duty and in the highest tradition of their respective departments.
The celebration details are:
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
At 6:00 in the evening
John G. Shedd Aquarium
1200 South Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60605
Please send in your RSVPs soon so we can reserve your spot at this great event.http://www.100clubchicago.org/rsvp/http://www.100clubchicago.org/rsvp/